Alison M. Jones, the daughter of Richard and Susan Jones of Northville, was united in marriage to Clifford C. Eisenhut, the son of Greg and Kathy Eisenhut of Mohawk, Herkimer County, on Oct. 13, 2013.
The ceremony took place at the Annunciation Catholic Church, Ilion, Herkimer County. The Rev. Paul Catena officiated.
The bride was escorted by her father.
Alison and Clifford Eisenhut
The matron of honor was Candice Spooner of Queensbury, Warren County, sister of the bride. The bridal attendants were Meredith Eberz of Scotia and Erika Rahill of Charlestown, Mass., sisters of the bridegroom; Allison Holland of Plattsburgh, Clinton County; Nicole Buckley of the Bronx; Stacy Willis of Herkimer; and Lisa Lawton of Mohawk. The flower girls were Mallery Spooner, niece of the bride; and Addison and Emily Eberz, nieces of the bridegroom.
The best man was Andrew Brownell of Cape Elizabeth, Maine. The groomsmen were Kevin Eberz of Scotia, James Rahill of Charlestown, Mass., Matthew Watkins of Mohawk, Ryan Ashe of Albany, Robert March of Cedar Grove, N.J. and Kyle Williams of Manlius, Onondaga County. The ringbearers were Taye Spooner, nephew of the bride; and Jackson Eberz, nephew of the bridegroom.
A reception for 180 guests took place at the Hart's Hill Inn, Whitesboro, Oneida County.
The bride, who is a 1999 graduate of Northville Central School, received a bachelor's degree in special education and elementary education in 2003 and a master's degree in literacy in 2005, both from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh. She is a special education teacher in the Mohawk Valley.
The bridegroom, who is a 2000 graduate of Mohawk High School, graduated from Union College with a bachelor's degree in political science and earned a juris doctorate from Northeastern University School of Law.
He is an associate attorney with Kalil & Eisenhut, Utica, Oneida County.